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I am assuming a lot of us got this issue. I personally did as well and it was denying me access to play the game without running a VPN. Well if you have Comcast ISP, like I do, then you might have the problem as well! I managed to figured out a solution, with a little bit of help: Well it is nearing the end of the month, so a lot of us may be near the Comcast Data Usage caps. I am sure many of you are familiar with the Data Usage Popups that tell you how close you are to your data cap and a fee. Well that popup right there is the root of this issue, at least it was for me. If you don't check your comcast email to see their data usage warnings often enough, the popup starts popping right in. Well see, comcast injects this popup into the traffic stream. If you have a popup blocker running on your browser of choice, it will also block this popup from comcast. That is great and all, but, and correct me if I am wrong, Tarkov uses HTTP to establish a connection. If you are blocking this popup, it will keep trying, thus messing with Tarkov and resulting in this error. So I did a bit of research, fumbling around, and talking with a friend in a computer related field and we came up with a solution. Here is a detailed explanation on exactly how to solve the problem, the way it worked for me: 1. Log into your Comcast email, and either delete or mark all the emails as read. 2. Disable your popup blocker on your browser of choice. (ONLY for the duration of this fix, then re-enable) 3. Navigate to a bunch of HTTP:// sites, not HTTPS:// 4. Once the popup shows itself, accept, close, or whatever is required to acknowledge it. 5. Turn your popup blocker back on. 6. Attempt to launch Tarkov again and see if it works. 7. Please post here and let me know if the fix worked for you or not, maybe there is more that needs to be done for some cases. Special Thanks to Cipherphox